James G. Pierce has returned' from a business trip to Shiawassee county. Wm. R. Mount has gone to isabella 3ounty to visit his brother and stopped U Perry to visit friends there, Mr. and Mrs. Bert D. Rose, accompanied by Mrs. Rose's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lepiy, of Seattle, Wash., have been spending a few dajs in Detroit. Albert Kiebler, of Manchester, was in town on business last Thursday. Mrs. John J. Robison. of Detroit, is here, visiting her sister, Mrs. Wen. Bowers, and calling on okl aquaintances. James Tracy offers his farm for sale. Kirkwood & Sou have put in a new track for hauliug logs into the sawniill and are now ready for business. Wliile repaiving a barn on the farm which he reeently purchased, Herman Strahle had the misfortune to injure oue hand quite seriously. Sharon bunters enjoyed a day of sport last Thursday, the occasion being a match hunt. George B. llaymond and Merriük Burch headed the respective sides, and in the evening Mr. Raymond and his followers had the pleasure of partaking of an oyster suppex at the expense of their opponents. Clarence Feldkarnp is laid up with soïe Land. Gottlieb Jacobs has been on the sic list. Sherman Arnold and Edna Ilotrum, of Bridgewater, visited at David Du Boise's on Saturday and Suiiday. Lilian Schaible bas returned to lier home in Freedom, after spending the summer with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Bruestle. Misses Agnes and Matilda Oversmith visited friends at Iron Creek recently. The iron bridge at Sharon IIollow has received a coat of fresh paint.